The declaration of conformity on ISO 9001 was granted to Saggas on December 11, 2008.
International standard ISO 9001 establishes the requirements for a Quality Management System (QMS), focusing on the effectiveness of quality management in meeting customer requirements. Thus, it is an essential tool for processes to be focused on the customer, and provides a starting point that enables organisations to progress towards excellence.
The declaration of conformity on OHSAS 18001 was granted to Saggas on December 12, 2008.
OHSAS 18001 is a volunteer standard who establishes the requirements to evaluate and certificate the health and safety at work management system. It provides to the organizations a system model who allows to identify and evaluate the risks at work and the requirements the law demands in each case. It also defines the policy, the organizational structure, the processes, procedures, resources, etc.., necessary to develop, execute, check and maintain the health and safety at work management system.
OHSAS 18001 is based on the PDCA continuous improvement cycle (to plan, to do, to check, to act).
The declaration of conformity on ISO 14001 was granted to Saggas on December 11, 2008.
The implementation of an Environmental Management System (EMS) according to ISO 14001 provides organisations with the opportunity to systematise in a simple way the environmental aspects that are generated in each activity they develop, in addition to promoting environmental protection and pollution prevention from a balanced perspective regarding social-economic aspects. Thus, the organisation can position itself as socially responsible, differing from the competition and reinforcing, in a positive way, its image vis-à-vis customers and consumers. Among other environmental advantages, it will optimise the resource and waste management, it will reduce negative environmental impacts derived from its activity or those risks associated to accidental situations.
Saggas is registered in the Register of Centers of the Valencia Region with Environmental Management Systems under Regulation (CE) 761/2001, from March 25, 2009.
EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme, Community Ecomanagement and Audit Scheme) is a voluntary regulations of the European Union that recognizes those organizations that have implemented an EMS (Environmental Management System) and have made a commitment to continuous improvement, in addition to providing for compliance with environmental legislation, verified by independent audits. Recognized organizations with EMAS have a defined environmental policy, make use of an environmental management system and realize periodically the operation of the system through an environmental statement verified by independent bodies.
SAGGAS certificate in accordance with ISO 50.001 was granted to SAGGAS on August 1, 2013.
Energy Management System is part of the management system dedicated to developing and implementing energy policy and to manage the activities, products or services that interact with the use of energy.
UNE-EN ISO 50001 rule establishes the requirements that must have an Energy Management System, in order to make continuous and systematic improvement of energy efficiency of the organization.
The certification of an energy management system ensures for third party control and systematic monitoring of energy aspects and continuous improvement of energy performance. This contributes to a more efficient use and sustainable energy, giving confidence in the management system.